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4 ¼” x 5 ½”, 20 pgs.
By CT Terry

Three short fiction stories that use humor to provide insight into life.

MEDIA JUNKY #12, Summer 2010
4¼” x 5½”, photocopied, 14 pgs.
By Craven

A short, half-sized zine-review zine in a sloppy, old-school cut ‘n’ paste style.

$4, 8 ½” x 11”, newsprint, 128 pgs.
By Daryl Gussin

But there’s absolutely nothing in punk that’s as massive and encompassing that’s still printing, or ever was, for that matter.

$4, 8 ½” x 11”, newsprint, 128 pgs.
By Garrett Barnwell

Love it or hate it, Maximum Rocknroll is like the New York Times of punk rock.

offset, 5 ½” x 8 ½”, 60 pgs.
By CT Terry

Nice-looking offset zine with a focus on the type of indie rock that Polyvinyl and Lovitt records release – the stuff that the punx dismiss as bougie but that doesn’t get covered on mainstream outlets like Pitchfork.

$?, 4¼” x 5 ½”, photocopied, 48 pgs.
By Garrett Barnwell

Jerk Store is an impressive affair, especially considering that this content-soaked zine is done entirely by one person.

$4, 8 ½” x 11”, printed with glossy cover, 84 pgs.
By Garrett Barnwell

The focus of the zine is basically all things man. Heterosexual man. Hockey watching, beer drinking, bar food eating man.

$2, 8 ½” x 11”, copied, 36 pgs.
By Guest Contributor

As soon as the author starts discussing music, the writing becomes succinct, cogent, and funny.

$5, 4 ¼” x 5 ½”, photocopied, 43 pgs.
By Garrett Barnwell

Blackguard is a straight-ahead comics zine with some uniformly awesome comic artists.

$2 US/$3 Intl, 8 ½” x 11”, printed, 48 pgs.
By Steve Hart

A well-written Bay Area centered zine that was really enjoyable to read.

$3 or trade, 5 ½” x 8 ½”, photocopied, 84pgs.
By Matt Average

The inside front cover invites the reader to explore the dark side with this zine, then lists, “underground cultures, hidden histories, feminist and queer sexualities, body image, chosen families, and radical politics, vampirism...”

Rev. Rich Mackin's Book of Letters #15

By Maddy

Well worth your two books – and buy the book to read about Mr. Mackin’s stalking of the Lever 2000 company. Hilarious!

three stamps, 8 ½ x 5 ½, copied, 56 pgs
By Sean Carswell

This issue takes you through the use of mice in the revolution, the confessions of a book nerd, a new take on the bloody underpants story, an anti-emo rant, and a whole lot more.

probably $1, 8 ½ x 7, copied, 40 pgs.
By Sean Carswell

It definitely doesn’t have Marvel quaking in their boots, but then again, I prefer comics that aren’t overdrawn and testosterone driven.

$3.50 ppd., 8 ½ x 11, offset, 40 pgs.
By Sean Carswell

I guess because I’ve never dipped a comb in pomade and my girlfriend looks nothing like Betty Page, I felt a little out of place in the pages of this zine.

$4 ppd., 8 ½ x 11, offset, 60 pgs.
By Sean Carswell

Cinemad ranks up there with Micro-Film at the top of my “zines about movies I’ll never see” category.

$1 ppd., 8 ½ x 11, offset newsprint. 32 pgs.
By Sean Carswell

The guy who puts out Uprising! has to be one the of the most gung-ho punkers I know of.

$9 for six issues, 8 ½ x 11, offset newsprint, 56 pgs
By Sean Carswell

 Interviews with Cave In, Al Burian, Waxwing, etc.

$1 ppd., 8 ½ X 11, offset newsprint, 31 pgs.
By Sean Carswell

This is a pretty cool punk rock zine from Michigan. It has interviews with River City High, PT'S Revenge, and Shift-D; a column about the Warped Tour that I enjoyed until I got to the end notes and the author said, "No one should go through the day without listening to at least one song by Morrissey or The Smiths."

$1 ppd. (?), 4 ¼ X 4 ½, photocopied, 40 ppgs.
By Todd Taylor

What would be an eloquent and literate homage to a fantastic band, Lifter Puller, becomes a eulogy.

$4.00 ppd., 8 ½ X 11, offset newsprint, glossy cover, 144 pgs.
By Sean Carswell

Al Quint rocks. This issue of Suburban Voice is no exception. It has one of the most in-depth and hilarious interviews with Dillinger Four that I've ever read.

$2.00, 8 ½ X 11, offset newsprint, 56 ppgs.
By Todd Taylor

The name says it all. ADD thrashers unite. If you like Cookie Monster vocalists, assflaps, fork-in-garbage-disposal solos, and tack the word “core” to every possible musical style (Japancore, blurcore, grindcore), this is your bag of nails.

QECE #12
$3 ppd., 5 ½ X 8 ½, copied, 55 pgs.,
By Sean Carswell

What sets QECE apart from most other political zines, though, is its ability to discuss issues intelligently without taking on that all-too-familiar know-it-all tone. The writers seem to be undergoing a process of discovery rather than coming off as ill-informed authorities, and I appreciate that.

$5 PPD., 8 ½ X 11, offset newsprint, glossy cover, 50pgs.
By Todd Taylor

They name Blink 182 as the 62nd top band of ‘99... It’s OK, but there seems to be a Rumpelstiltskin-esque musical chasm for Punk from 1977 to 2001; almost like nothing of note happened musically besides what their contributors were involved with.

$1 by mail, free to low-income, 5 ½ X 8 ½, copied, 63 pgs.
By Sean Carswell

Off-line’s a serious political zine that doesn’t shy from a fight in print. Although it borders on self-righteous indignation on occasion, there’s no denying its scholarship, passion, diction, and erudition.

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